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Random Ramsdom: 11/21 and still in First

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Despite the disappointment in Minnesota, the Rams still lead the NFC West.

NFL: Los Angeles Rams at Minnesota Vikings Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

Rams remain on top of NFC West thanks to Falcons | Fansided

Despite the disappointing result in Minnesota, the Los Angeles Rams are still in first place thanks to the Atlanta Falcons victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football.

Rams have some vulnerable spots exposed | OC Register

The Rams offense had their worst game of the season and the rush defense was exposed to the Minnesota Vikings.

Rams say loss can be beneficial | ESPN

Despite the loss, some Rams believe the loss will give them a renewed sense of urgency and refocus on the goal.

Twitter freaks out that UCLA might hire Jeff Fisher | Ramswire

The former head coach was subject to unconfirmed rumors of being a candidate for the UCLA job.

Rams Vikings Stats to know | LA Rams

Key stats include that Robert Woods leads the team but unfortunately got hurt and Gurley set a career high in scoring.

Robert Woods to miss multiple games with shoulder injury | OC Register

Robert Woods will not need surgery but miss valuable time during the playoff push.

Rams still confident in WR Cooper Kupp | ESPN

Cooper Kupp had a rough game with a key drop and turnover. The Rams players and coaches are still confident in his abilities and know he will rebound.